“While it seems like war has ended after a dozen years, the truth is, we still have thousands of troops overseas in harm’s way. Some haven’t forgotten,” writes CNBC’s Jane Wells in her profile of two nonprofits working to make a difference for troops who cannot be home with their families.
In this article, she highlights Bunkers in Baghdad, the nonprofit started by Goldberg Segalla partner Joseph M. Hanna, which has sent 4.5 million new and used golf balls and 100,000 clubs to troops stationed around the world.
“Hanna never served in the military,” she writes. “He’s just a guy who wanted to do something nice for those defending our country. Even though troops are returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, ‘We’re busier than ever,’ he said.”